EPPO data sheets on pests recommended for regulation. Fiches informatives sur les organismes recommand´es pour r´eglementation. Keiferia lycopersicella. General information about Keiferia lycopersicella (GNORLY). Background. The tomato pinworm, Keiferia lycopersicella (Walsingham) ( Lepidoptera,. Gelechiidae) is a pest of tomatoes in North America. It has caused foliage.
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The most important damage occurs when larvae enter fruit. Host-Plant Resistance Schuster tested seedlings of plant introductions of Lycopersicon for resistance to K.
Microlepidoptera on Solanaceae
The precautions include use of transplants that are free of eggs and larvae when set in the field, and the destruction of all plant debris in fields after harvest. Annals of the Entomological Society of America Weeds such as Solanum carolinense L. Pupation occurs in a web on the ground surface. Gelechiidae a leaf feeder on tomato Lep.
All larvae appear smooth skinned without any prominent hairs.
Articles with ‘species’ microformats All stub articles. Populations can also build during the season following multiple use lycopersicflla broad spectrum insecticides which interfere with natural biological control.
It is difficult to sort out infested fruit and larvae present at harvest may create a contamination problem. Retrieved from ” http: Chemical Control Due to the variable regulations around de- registration of pesticides, we are for the moment not including any specific chemical control recommendations. It persisted in the literature as the eggplant leafminer until redescribed as a new species Busck collected from tomatoes.
Schuster, University of Florida. Apparently, much of the damage to tomatoes attributed to the eggplant leafminer Gnorimoschema glochinella Zeller in Mexico and California during the early s was actually inflicted by the tomato pinworm Morrill This species is a well-known pest of tomato, but it is known to feed on various other solanaceous plants, including eggplant.
Fewer volunteer plants were produced after harvesting the October-November planted crops than after later plantings. Tomato fruit showing damage by tomato pinworm, Keiferia lycopersicella Walshingham.
Native to North America, Hawaii and Mexico. Problems are generally associated with use of infested transplants. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.
Kieferia lycopersicella on tomato – Keiferia lycopersicella –
Continuing to use www. Bugguide is hosted by: Price and Poe investigated the effect of staking and artificial mulching of tomato plants on insect pest populations in southern Florida. Keiferia lycopersicella Walsingham It has also been reported from greenhouses in DelawareMississippiMissouriPennsylvania and Virginia.
Mature larvae usually drop to the soil to pupate near the soil surface. Once larvae have been feeding for a while, the brown granular frass can often be seen at the edge of the calyx. Adults are about 4. Leaf mining pinworm deposit most of their frass at the entrance to the mine; whereas, dipterous leafminers will deposit frass throughout their mines.
In most cases in Georgia, this pest is likely controlled by insecticide applications targeting other lycopersicella species. Duration of the pupal stage varies from days and cool weather keifreia be passed in the pupal stage.
Larvae usually begin feeding in leaf mines before moving to fruit, but may enter fruit soon after hatching. Capps provided a key, with descriptions, that defines the species and permits identification keiferria larvae with which it might be confused.
Keiferia lycopersicella – Wikipedia
Click lycoperiscella contributor’s name for licensing and usage information. Photograph by University of Florida. Keiferia lycopersicella has round to pointed microgranules. Gelechiidae Introduction – Distribution – Life History – Host – Economic Importance – Management – Selected References Introduction Back to Top The tomato pinworm is a small, microlepidopteran moth that is often confused with closely related species, which have similar habits.
PDF – Dichotomous lycopersicdlla to Gelechiid larvae. Discussion View source History. Comparative material of both species is helpful to see this difference. A generation can be completed in 30 days under summer conditions. Approximately 60 to 80 percent lycoppersicella tomato fruits may become infested in a single season Elmore and Howland Damage to tomatoes results from the feeding of larvae on leaves, stems and fruit.
The effects of planting time and postharvest practices on K.